The Project Manager will thrive in an Agile environment supporting Salesforce contracts and subcontracts in a client-facing capacity, advancing project activities and deliverables to meet customer needs. They will assist in leading the team, attending Agile ceremonies, growing and enhancing methodologies, and staying focused on leading a highly efficient team. The PM must be capable of initiating and running new projects with little guidance from senior leadership.
- Projects and programs: Lead and oversee the delivery of operations, services, and software development
- Staffing: Plan and manage resources and allocations
- Budgeting: Develop and track actuals
- Schedules: Create and review for projects
- Agile: Participate in and support ceremonies, integrate and support Scrum team, resolve conflicts, and support strategic direction
- Participate in and lead business development activities including networking events, partnership meetings, and writing proposals
- Support resource planning and management across the Salesforce practice
- Support and nurture the company’s Salesforce community of practice
- PMP certification
- 10 years professional experience, 5+ years managing government contracts
- 5+ of management experience, leading teams of more than 10 people
- Education – Bachelor’s Degree (4 years Government contractor experience may substitute)
- Security Clearance – ability to obtain Public Trust level clearance
- Previous Salesforce experience and certifications desired (but not required), or experience with ServiceNow, Pega, Appian, or Camunda
- Strong skills with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio)
- Ability to multi-task and simultaneously perform business development and implementation work
At the start of employment is expected to be between $140,000 and $160,000 annually; however, base pay offered may vary depending on multiple individualized factors, including market location, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. The total compensation package for this position may also include other elements, dependent upon the position offered.
US citizen or legal right to work in the United States without sponsorship
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